President Trump said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision to allow the export of anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine to the U.S. "will not be forgotten."
Indian Stocks Overcome Central Bank Jitters
Raghuram Rajan, governor of the Reserve Bank of India, announced over the weekend he would not seek an extension to his three-year term, which ends Sept. 4.
Climate Change ETF Expected At Indian Stock Exchange In 2 Years
SE launched the S&P Carbonex index in 2012, giving increased weighting to companies depending on carbon footprint scores.
Infosys Faces $1.8B Buyback Demand From Former Directors
The former executives argued in a letter to the company that its stock price had significantly lagged behind that of its peers.
Tuesday Futures Subdued As FOMC Minutes Loom
The wait for the release of the FOMC meeting minutes could keep U.S. stocks rangebound.
US Stock Futures Gain After Greek Deal
U.S. stock index futures point to a higher open Tuesday after euro zone finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) reached a deal overnight on the financing of the second aid package to debt-laden Greece.
Diageo Deal Uncertainty Weighs Down United Spirits Scrips
United Spirits shares plummeted over 17 percent to 990.00 rupees Monday at Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex after its promoter Vijay Mallya hinted that a proposed deal with UK beverage major Diageo may be a "no deal."
BSE Sensex Stays Above 19,000-Level
Bombay Stock Exchange's Sensex crossed 19,000 points, its highest in 15 months, in morning trade Thursday on hopes of additional pro-reform decisions by the government and the strengthening rupee.
BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty Trading Flat, Markets Await June WPI Inflation Data
Bombay Stock Exchange's benchmark Sensex and NSE's Nifty on Monday, opened flat, and are hovering between the red and the green, signaling the volatility, as the market awaits June inflation figures.
Barclays Cuts Infosys Ratings To 'Equal Weight'; Shares Trading Low On Disappointing Quarterly Results
Spelling more trouble for India's second largest IT exporter Infosys, Barclays Capital cut its ratings for the company's shares to equal weight from overweight, citing disappointing first quarter earnings.
India's IIP Rises 2.4 Percent in May; Better-Than-Expected Growth Fails To Enthuse Markets
India's industrial output growth rose in May to 2.4 percent, exceeding analysts' expectation of 1.8 percent and as compared to a dismal growth of 0.1 percent registered in April.
Infosys Q1 Net Profit Up 33 Percent; Revenue Forecast Cut, No Wage Hike And Share Buyback
Infosys Technologies Ltd, India's second largest software services firm, Thursday reported 33 percent rise in net profit for the first fiscal quarter ending June 31, 2012, supported by the appreciation and depreciation of the rupee, and met analysts' expectations.
India Gets Its Third Stock Exchange; MCX-SX To Be Functional In Couple Of Months
MCX Stock Exchange (MCX-SX) is all set to become India's third full-fledged stock exchange as it got license from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to trade in new asset classes, including equities, futures and options and other products.
Rupee Touches One-Week Low Against Dollar, Indian Markets Trade In Red
The Indian rupee Monday breached the 56-mark to reach 56.03 against the dollar on weak global cues and heavy demand for the U.S. currency from banks and importers.
Indian Rupee's Free Fall Continues, Touches Record Low Of 57.33 Against Dollar
The Indian rupee continued its downward slide for the fifth consecutive day Friday to set the record low of 57.23 against the U.S. dollar in afternoon trading.
India?s Sensex Rises On Positive Asian Cues
India's BSE Sensex rose Wednesday following positive cues from Asian markets and the rupee gaining.
India?s Sensex Rises Following Asian Cues, Rupee Recovery
India's BSE Sensex rose Tuesday, tracking positive cues from other Asian markets and following recovery staged by the rupee.
Indian Stocks Recover To End In Green; Rupee Grows Stronger
Bombay Stock Exchange's benchmark Sensex and NSE's Nifty opened on a negative note and continued in the red in the morning session Monday, weighed down by a slump in the FMCG and consumer durable shares.
Indian Stock Markets Trade In Red; Rupee Approaches Its Record Low
Bombay Stock Exchange's benchmark Sensex and NSE's Nifty opened in red in the morning session Wednesday, weighed down by a slump in the shares of Tata Motors. The choppy trading continued with India's largest automaker being the top loser in the BSE with a 9.03 percent or 24.80 points decline.
Indian Markets Extend Modest Gains, NSE Nifty Crosses 5000 Mark
Bombay Stock Exchange's Sensex and NSE's Nifty were trading with moderate gains in morning session Tuesday. Auto, IT and capital goods stocks were trading higher while the consumer durables and FMCG shares were trading negative.
BSE Sensex, NIFTY Gain As Banks, Capital Goods And Power Shares Go Up
Indian markets opened on a positive note Monday as Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex was trading at 16,360.34, 142.52 or points 0.90 percent up from the previous close and NSE Nifty was at 4,965.20, up 44.80 points or 0.80 percent, in the morning session.
BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty Hover Between Red And Green; Oil, Auto And IT Shares Worst Hit
Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex started on a negative note Friday and was trading in the red in the morning session.
Indian Rupee Continues To Fall, Crosses 56 Mark Against Dollar; Analysts Seek Strong Corrective Action
The Indian rupee descended to the all-time-low of 56.04 per dollar Wednesday even as the Reserve Bank of India and the Indian government said that they were monitoring the situation closely and taking corrective measures.
Indian Rupee Falls To New Low, Sensex Drops 1 Percent
Bombay Stock Exchange's benchmark Sensex fell Tuesday by more than 145 points, or 1 percent, as the rupee tumbled to a record low of 55.39 against the dollar.
Indian Rupee Falls To Record Low Of 55 Against Dollar
The Indian rupee Monday touched a record low of 55 against the dollar because of the strong demand for dollar from importers, weak global cues and delay over policy reforms from the government.
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